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Otherwise, enjoy this range of links related to the Apple IIGS:
A2 Central - for all the latest developments in the Apple II world, look no further.
Call A.P.P.L.E - for Apple II news, with the extended scope of the latest goings on at Cupertino as well.
Apple II FAQ - Useful for any information and links relevant to the Apple II.
Syndicomm - SoftDisk GS, GS+, Byte Works programming tools, etc.
Reactive Micro - Hardware upgrades and parts.
R & D Automation – creator of the Compact Flash card reader.
16 Sector - Tony Diaz continues to support Apple II related hardware.
Shareware Solutions II - Ultima I and a variety of Apple IIGS software.
Wayne‘s Computer - boxed software and publications.
B&R Computer Services - hardware and used software.
DigitalDinos - lots of Apple II related publications left in stock, at very good prices, as well as some hardware.
apple2online - not only a vendor at the Apple 2 Online Store, but another comprehensive archive. It's best unique feature - almost complete scans of InCider, A+ and the Apple IIGS Buyer's Guide magazines in PDF format!
FTA - a site dedicated to the works of the Free Tools Association, created by its founding member Olivier Goguel.
Ninja Force - a site dedicated to the work of Jesse Blue, Clue and Dreamer. Includes demo reviews.
Brutal Deluxe - more than just demos of course, this is the home of some truly excellent IIGS software.
Apple2World - Providing Apple II history in Japanese
Apple2Tree - Japanese collector extraordinaire
Underground //e - French Apple II fan Deckard’s collection of Apple II related material
Apple IIGS: ieri, oggi e domani - Great Italian site which includes interesting scans on the IIGS's launch in both English and Italian magazines, as well as a lot of tinkering
Age of // - a Korean source of info, especially useful for getting ADTPro working.
The Byte Cellar - Blake Patterson's love of retro computing admirably extends beyond the Apple II
Vintage Computing & Gaming - Random snapshots from the golden age of computing.
Homestar Runner - the best web based cartoon - a good nod to geeks everywhere